The Washington Post hopes a new partnership with Trulia will help the newspaper's Web site become the "definitive source" for real estate information in and around the nation's capital. Under the terms of a multiyear agreement announced today, real estate search engine Trulia will power a co-branded Web site to be launched in April at WashingtonPost.com. The new site will provide tools familiar to Trulia users, such as the ability to search for properties including open houses and new listings by neighborhood, price and property type, and also view detailed maps, local price trends, and property descriptions. The site will incorporate Washington Post news stories and tools like mortgage calculators to help users stay abreast of local real estate-related information and trends. The partnership "will allow us to build the definitive source of information for buyers and sellers in Washington, D.C., and that is where our advertisers will need to be to reach th...
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